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Inside the wall of this gelatinous tube, which can get up to 60 cm, individual zooids are tightly packed together.
This is a man caught in the gelatinous grip of gummy bears.
Some people worried that the chemical solvent, AB-57— a gelatinous substance that Vatican assistants applied to the 16th-century masterpiece and then wiped off with distilled water—produced sharper colors than the artist’s original artwork.
In the dark, deep ocean fish are usually gelatinous and often lack eyes.
The fact that Sessions’ sentencing memo was met with deafening silence from Republican members of Congress suggests that spines on Capitol Hill remain as gelatinous on this issue as any other involving the administration.
Hippos have four hooved nails, but at birth Fiona's were soft, almost gelatinous, and white.
Brawn's meaty French small plates include boudin noir, bone marrow, and gelatinous trotters.
All of their stomachs contained traces of gelatinous zooplankton, and three had bellies full of jellyfish.
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: resembling gelatin or jelly The mushrooms had a gelatinous texture.
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